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CSAT-2 , Which question to avoid?

edited August 2014 in SSC
I was going thru CSAT-2 papers of 2013. The English passages are translated in hindi as well. Now, I'm confused which question will not be taken into final scores. I'm appearing for the first time and I've no idea what the Govt. is asking to avoid answering succumbing to pressures of the protest.
Kindly clarify
Thanks in advance

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  • Those english question for which hindi translation is not given are not to be done.
    Go through pages, before the decision making question there are 8 questions for which there is no hindi translation and it is mentioned in the paper itself that for following (ques no. Xx to yy ) there is no translation.
  • I was going thru CSAT-2 papers of 2013. The English passages are translated in hindi as well. Now, I'm confused which question will not be taken into final scores. I'm appearing for the first time and I've no idea what the Govt. is asking to avoid answering succumbing to pressures of the protest.
    Kindly clarify
    Thanks in advance
    You have to leave those 8 to 9 questions for which no hindi translation is provided. You can find them before the Decision Making Questions located towards the end of the paper.
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